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The AT&T Switching Center, is a 448ft (137m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1961 and has 17 floors. It is the 29th tallest building in Los Angeles. A microwave tower, used from 1961 - 1993, is on top of the building. The building now serves 1.3 million phone lines in the 213 area code for foreign long distance calling.
The TCW Tower is a 517ft (158m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1990 and has 39 floors. It is 19th tallest building in Los Angeles, and was designed by Albert C. Martin & Associates.In 1990 it was awarded the 'Outstanding Structural Design Award' by the Los Angeles Tall Building Structural Design Council. The building is headquarters to the Trust Company of the West, an investment firm.
Textile Center Building is a 12-story brick building located in the Los Angeles Fashion District. Designed by William Douglas Lee in the Gothic Revival style, the building opened in 1926 as a center for garment manufacturing. It has since been converted to condominiums. The Textile Center Building was developed by Florence C. Casler, a pioneering woman real estate developer and contractor. When the building was completed, Casler maintained her office there during the height of her career.
The Century is a 478 ft (146m) tall luxury condominium skyscraper in Century City, California. It is under construction, scheduled for completion in late 2009. The building will have 42 floors, making it the 22nd tallest building in Los Angeles. The 140 unit building was designed by Robert A. M. Stern. The Century was developed by Related Companies. The Century is on the site of the former St. Regis Hotel, a Century City landmark next to the Century Plaza Hotel.
Built in 1964 by Alcoa, William Zeckendorf and Welton Becket Associates, the guard gated and exclusive Century Towers was originally designed as apartments by world renowned architect I.M. Pei. Perhaps best known for the “Pyramide du Louvre,” his landmark glass pyramid addition to the Louvre Museum (Paris, France,) Pei brought his signature styling to the creation of the mid-Century towers.
The Haas Building is located at 219 West 7th Street, at the corner of Broadway and Seventh Street, in Historic Downtown Los Angeles, California. The building was originally owned by Abraham Haas of San Francisco; president of Haas, Baruch,CXL & PWL'S. The structure was made to be one of the finest and most modern buildings of the time. The building was constructed in the year 1915, built with the latest steel frame and absolutely fireproof.
Two California Plaza is a 750 ft (229 m) tall skyscraper located on the Bunker Hill District district of downtown in Los Angeles, California. The tower is part of the California Plaza project, consists of two unique skyscrapers, One California Plaza and Two California Plaza. The Plaza also is home to MOCA ( Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art), Colburn School of Performing Arts, the Los Angeles Omni Hotel and a 1.5 acre water court.
U.S. Bank Tower, formerly Library Tower and First Interstate Bank World Center, is a 310.3 m (1,018 ft) skyscraper at 633 West Fifth Street in downtown Los Angeles, California. It is the tallest building in the state, the tenth-tallest in the United States, the tallest west of the Mississippi River, and as of December 2009, the 40th tallest building in the world.